When Learning Management Systems (LMS) grew in popularity a decade ago, the primary idea was to simplify life for educators and instructors by giving them the ability to create online courses and grade test papers. Understandably, web-based institutes and learning programmes were the earliest adopters of the technology, since they had to deal with students from across the world. In recent years, however, conventional institutes are also discovering the benefits of a LMS system and have essentially digitized their curriculums, giving lecturers the ability to seamlessly track the progress of their students.
In today’s landscape, traditional instructors—who would have previously scoffed at the notion of a tablet or handheld device determining a rest result—are willing to leverage the benefits of LMS systems. Some of these benefits include interactive and fun courses for students that include pop quizzes, surveys, polls, and even well-timed questions. There are also instructors who operate independently and not within the confines of a university. Today’s solutions allow such instructors to sell their courses online to universities or even a specific set of students specializing in a particular course.
With several innovative LMS solution providers packing the market, it becomes imperative to identify the pros and cons of each LMS system. While keeping this in mind, a panel of renowned CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and the editorial board of CIO Advisor APAC has put together a list of Top 10 APAC LMS Solution Providers in the marketplace.
We present to you Education Technology Insight's "Top 10 APAC LMS Solution Providers - 2019."